The 19th Century British Library Newspapers collection contains full runs of 48 newspapers specially selected by the British Library to best represent nineteenth century Britain.
This new collection includes national and regional newspapers, as well as those from both established country or university towns and the new industrial powerhouses of the manufacturing Midlands, as well as Scotland, Ireland and Wales.
Special attention was paid to include newspapers that helped lead particular political or social movements such as Reform, Chartism, and Home Rule. The penny papers aimed at the working and clerical classes are also present in the collection.
This 19th century John Murray Publishing archive includes correspondence, financial papers, book drafts, and advertisements. It covers biographies of key figures, commissioned essays, and an exhibition of the life cycle of the book. Key authors include: Lord Byron, Charles Darwin, David Livingstone, Sir Walter Scott, Washington Irving, Jane Austen, Elizabeth Eastlake and Isabella Bird, William Gladstone, Robert Peel and Benjamin Disraeli, Austen Henry Layard and Charles Lyell. By Adam Matthew Digital.
A+ Education is an indexing and full text database that provides Internet access to the scanned images of journal articles from published material on all aspects of education. (Document supply available)
The electoral rolls for the years 1916, 1917, 1928, 1935, 1943, 1949, 1955, 1959 and 1967 constitute a unique window on the first 50 years of the Federal Capital Territory (now the A.C.T).
This database contains 122,694 electoral records. While reasonable efforts have been taken to ensure the accuracy of the transcriptions, there is a small percentage of errors. Researchers are encouraged to check the microfiche records held by the National Library of Australia.
This American online database indexes more than a thousand international journals which focus on business and management. Subjects covered include accounting, marketing, human resources, finance and taxation. Over 70% of the articles indexed are available in full text, text and graphics or page images. Hypertext links at the end of citations allow further searching under related subject headings as well as publisher information. A backfile is available for a number of articles published before 1985. Document supply available.
The Family Records Unit at Aboriginal Affairs was set up to help people from New South Wales to access government records about themselves and their family.
They also give researchers permission to access the Aborigines Protection Board and Aborigines Welfare Board records.
These records include details of children removed as well as detailed information on all aspects of life on stations and reserves, such as financial statements, salary and employment details, tenancy agreements and applications to leave the reserve.
Extensive coverage of the physical sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences, the arts, theology, literature and other subjects. Includes current newspapers and full-text periodicals of major bibliographic resources including CINAHL, BIOSIS, MLA, PsycINFO, ERIC, EconLit, RILM and modern primary sources such as podcasts and transcripts from NPR and CNN.
ACCOUNT, formerly called Australian Accounting & Taxation Database (AATD), is prepared by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia’s Knowledge Centre. It contains abstracts of published material sourced from leading journals and magazines, in addition to the Institute’s own publications and conference papers, plus the Taxation Institute of Australia conference papers.
Subject coverage includes accounting, auditing, taxation, insolvency, corporations law, superannuation, retirement planning, financial planning, practice management and human resources.
This database brings together global scholarly journals with other key resources for access to reliable information in this continuously evolving area of study.
Quickly locate precise results from sources ranging from current news to professional and academic journal articles covering the trends and history influencing important accounting, tax, banking, and financial issues of the day.
The legislation register is an authorised electronic statute book that provides the community with free and quick access to ACT legislation and related information.
The legislation register is central to the making, notification, commencement, operation, interpretation, proof, republication, amendment and repeal of legislation and instruments made under legislation.
The AddressingHistory is a website and API which combines data from digitised historical Scottish Post Office Directories (PODs) with contemporaneous historical maps.
In the first instance AddressingHistory focuses on three eras of Edinburgh mapping and Post Office Directories (1784-5; 1865; 1905-6) however the technologies are scalable to the full collection of digitised materials which includes 400 PODs and associated maps covering the whole of Scotland.
This collection focuses on maritime exploration starting through the age of discovery and search for the new world. Key figures include: Vasca da Gama, Columbus, Captain Cook, Charles Darwin, Sir Ernest Shackleton. Captains' Log of HMS Bounty, HMS Assistant, HMS Discovery, HMS Resolution. Journal of the ship Chesterfield and more.
Attorney General Information Service (AGIS) comprehensively indexes and abstracts articles from over 120 Australian, New Zealand and Pacific law journals. Some articles are full text. Document supply available. Useful for HSC Legal Studies.
AGRIS is an international information system to bring together world literature dealing with all aspects of agricultural sciences and technology. AGRIS is a cooperative system in which participating countries input references to the literature produced within their boundaries and, in return, draw on the information provided by the other participants. To date, 240 national, international and intergovernmental centres participate.
Free access to contemporary research reports, articles and statistics on issues of public policy, including ageing, child protection, families, climate change, digital inclusion, religion, migration and many more issues from Australia and New Zealand. You can search within each topic collection. (Formerly Australian Policy Online)
Find annual reports for the Fortune 500 companies. Search for annual reports alphabetically, by company name, by sector, or by industry. Find Australian companies by browsing ASX companies under "exchanges".
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A bibliographic archive of Australian and New Zealand Books in Print, covering the years 1958 to December 2003. Also includes a database of publishers for the same time period. Document supply available.
Access a list of valuers approved to participate in the Commonwealth's Cultural Gifts Program. The Program encourages gifts of significant cultural items to public institutions by offering donors a tax deduction.
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The Australian Architecture Database (ARCH), produced by Stanton Library, North Sydney Council, is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from material held by the Stanton Library, North Sydney Council.
Source documents include journal articles, exhibition reviews, obituaries, editorials, conference proceedings, news items, project articles and award features.
The Archives Hub brings together descriptions of thousands of the UK’s archive collections. Representing over 330 institutions across the country, the Archives Hub is an effective way to discover unique and often little-known sources to support your research. New descriptions are added every week, often representing collections being made available for the first time.
Archives New Zealand, Te Rua Mahara o te Kawanatanga is the official guardian of New Zealands public archives. We gather, store and protect an extremely wide range of material. Our holdings include the originals of the Treaty of Waitangi, government documents, maps, paintings, photographs and film.
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This collection contains 2.5 million pages of gay and lesbian (LGBTQIA) publications. Material includes periodicals, personal papers, manuscripts, photographs, ephemera, from countries from across the world and included Australian newspaper cuttings and other documents. Includes content from Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives (AGLA).
This collection of primary source material includes U.S. foreign policy; U.S. civil rights; global affairs and colonial studies; and modern history. Broad topic clusters include: African American studies; American Indian studies; Asian studies; British history; Holocaust studies; LGBTQIA+ studies; Latin American and Caribbean studies; Middle East studies; political science; religious studies; and women’s studies.
Archway is the online finding aid to Archives New Zealand. At the moment Archway contains descriptive information only; it does not yet provide on-line access to the text of the records themselves. You can order them from Archives New Zealand. You can find people who were mentioned in Alien Registration files (1939-49 system), Military Personnel Files etc.
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